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OLIO 



WBAl 99.5 FM 
DECEMBER 1982 



THE 11TH ANNUAL WBAl 

HOUDAY 
CRAFIS 




ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 

Rosonaric Rccd (juiion nunigcr), M Stidia McLiughlin (idniumiriuvT 

assistant), Samon Marksnun (pfograjn director). Mary Robbim (busineu 

manager), Micaela Hickcy, Bob Schwaru (dcvflopmcnt directoo), J« Cuomo (on 

air hindraising director X Tom Gswan (assistant to on air hindraising director), 

Barbara Joumer, Tom Wisker (voluntetrr coordinators), Annrtte Walker. Fred 

Herschkowiti (publicity coordinators), Fred Kuhn (switchboard operator), Dennis 

ColeiTun, Barbara Joumer 

WBAI LOCAL BOARD 

Richard Asche, Fran Barret, Mordecai Bauman. Cblhn Bull, Manlyn B Oemcni, 

Ted Cooant, Adrienne R Critchlow. Ralph Engelman, Renee Farmer, Bob Gangi. 

■Cathy Goldman (chair), Victor Goode, Ellen Gumnsky. Ovrar Hanigsberg, Ken 

Jenkins, David Lampel, Benjamin Lonck, Paul PouIib, Michael Ratnrr, Julu Scott. 

Rochelle Semel, Salvador Tio, Ida Torres, Josephine Williams, Milton A Zisman 

PACIFICA NATIONAL BOARD 

Richard Asche, Jorge Belgrave, Ron dark, Marilyn aeiwni, Gabridle Edgcomb. 

Peter Franck, Joan GUniz, Margaret Glaser, Steven Glasrr, Ying Lee Kelley, 

David Lampel, Philip Madan, Mane Nahikian, Jack O'Dell, Julius Mel Reich, 

Dan Scharlin, Delfino Varela. Alei Vavoulis, Milton Zisman Eieoitive 

Committee: Ron (3ark, Peter Franck, Joan Glanti. Ying Let Kelley. Jack O'Dell. 

Dan Scharlin. Delfino Varela. Milton Zisman 

PACIFICA FOUNDATION 

R Gordon Agnew, honorary chairperson; Jack O'Dell, chairperson; Peter Franck. 

president; Mane Nahikian. first vice president; Jim Berland. vice president; Ray 

Hill, vice president; Sharon Maeda, vice president; Jean Palmquist, vice president. 

Rosemarie Reed, vice president; Marilo, Rivera, vu.-e president, Dan Scharlin. 

treasurer, Delfino Varvia, secretary; Milton Zisman. assistant treasurer 

NEWS 

Rick Agcualli. Aliredo Alvarado, Tony Cavin. Barbara Day (weekend news). Pat 

Dia. Winston Huggins. Carol Jennings. Robert Knight (director). Andy Lanset. 

Sally O'Brien. Molly Omati. Gene Palumbo. Karen Peterson. Michael Shari. 

Jessica Sloat. Peter Suhr. Bernard White 

PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

Jim Aronson. John Atlas. Al Auster. Richard Barr. Jim Brennan. Steve Briar. 

Roben W Carle, Dennis Coleman. Joe Cuomo. Robert D'avanzo. Vernon 

Douglas, Dominic Florio, Sela Francis, Fred Goldhaber, David Gordon, Mark 

Green, David Greene, Joan Greenbaum, Lorraine Hale, Lex Hiion, Paul Hoeflel. 

Gerald Home. Ralph Jennings. Linda Johnson. Breimon Jones. Barbara Joumer, 

Satidra Lee Kerman. Noah Kinigstein. Nanc)- Kramer. Warren bebold. Lee 

Lowenfish. Bill Lynch. Bob MacDonald. Allen Markman. R. Paul Martin. Katie 

McDonald, Paul Mclsaac, Mike Merrill, Dave Metiger (director), Tom O'Connor. 

Benell Oilman, Bob O'SuUivan. Alei Paul, Isabel Pearlman. Andrew Philips, 

Yasmin Pierre, Lenny (Juan. Rosemarie Reed, Al Rivera. Mimi Rosenberg. David 

Rothcnberg, Judy Sackoff. Kirkpatnck Sale. Richard Schrader. Ruth Shered. Sidney 

Smith. George Stonefish. Middy Streeter. William Tabb. Edith Tiger. Tom Wisker 

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS 

Elombe Brath. Daniel del Solar. M'Fergu. Nuhar Hovsepian. Richard Howard. 

Barbara Juppe. Kathy Ann Kersey. Samori Marksman. John Mason. Blossom 

Netishau. Gene Palumbo. George Pnestly. Rashid Al Banru. Sheldon Ranz. Mimi 

Rosenberg. Sheib Ryan. George Stonefish, Juaniu Terry, Valene Van Isler, 

Annette Walker (acting direaor). Auba Weia, Tom Whelan. Bernard White, Bob 

Zalisk. EUeen Zaiisk 

DRAMA, LITERATURE AND ART 

Miguel Algann. Al Auster. Peter Bochan. Wesley Brown, Jane Brucker, Steve 

Caimon, Doreen Canto, Ceal Coleman, Dennis Coleman, Donna Cooper, Joe 

Cuomo, Marjorie DeFaiio, George Dorris, Vcmon Douglas. Cornelius Eady, Mike 

Feder, John Fisk. Charlie Gilbert. Sharon Griffiths. Edward Haber. Riu Hall. Rick 

Harris (director). Susan Howe. Isaac Jackson. Manya La Bruja. Cid Kafka. Judith 

Kass. Katy KeiHer. Oleg Kerensky. Simon Loekle. Qiarles Lynch. John Mason. 

Sharon Maitlin. M. Saidia McLaughlin. Shelley Messing. Kathy O'Connell. Linda 

Perry. Marie Ponsot. Charles Potter. Jessica Raimi. David Rapkin. Max Schmid, 

Jack Shugg. Laura Simms. Sidnt-y Smith. Janet Sternberg. Susan Slone. Tom 

Vitale. Gigi Schulman. Susan Wells. Joyce West. Elizabeth Zimmer 

MUSIC 

Paul Aaron. Alfredo A]\-arado. Ramsey Ameen. Jack Avila. Amina Baraka. 

Robbie Bansh. Richard Barr (director). Cynthia Bell. Eddie Bendock. Peter 

Bochan. James Browne. Bill Caiuday. The Laughing Cavalier. Ted Cohen. Kenny 

Davis, Yale Evelev, Bill Farrar, Sara Fishko, Jim Freund, Sybil Gaither, Vema 

GiUis, Hattie Gossett, Edward Haber. James Irsay. Chet Jackson. Isaac Jackson. 

Da>-id Jackson. Montego Joe. Jamie Katz. Fred Kleinke. Paul Lazarus. Richard 

Lewis. Leonard Lopate. Manya. Jane McMahan, Anton Mikotsky, Bill Moore. 

Cobi Narita. LawretKe Nii .Nartey. Sharon Negri. Mildred Norman. Tom 

Pomposello. Spencer Richards. Lynn Samuels, Max Salazar, Habte Selassie, 

Beaumont Small, Martin Sokol, Gorden Spencer, Jim Theobald. Mickey Waldnun. 

Bill Watson. Chns Whent. Bernard White. Nanette Woodworth, Elaiix Workman. 

Reggie Workman. Paul Wunder 

LIVE RADIO 

Alfretk) Alvarado, Richard Barr, Vinie Burrows, Pepsi Charles, Dennis Colenun. 

Joe Cuomo, Bob Fass, Mike Feder, John Fisk, Paul Gornun, Riu Hall, Judy 

Harrow, Jerry Hatch, Fred Hershkowttz. Mary Houston. Isaac Jackson. Larry 

Josephson. Dave Kenney. Roben Knight. Fred Kuhn. Alan Lcventhal. Diane 

Lacey. Simon Loekle. Leonard Lopate. Sharon Mattlin. M. Saidia McLaughlin. 

Marcos Miranda. Kathy O'Connell. Linda Perry. Clayton Riley. Mike Rivera. 

Lynn Samuels. Habte Selassie. Beaumont Small. Sidney Smith. Bud Struggle. 

Valerie Van Isler. Mickey Waldman. Bill Watson. Paul Wunder. David Wynyard 

WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT 

Doiuu Allegra. Vinie Burrows. BlaiKhe Cooke. Alexandra de Lallier. Fatisha. 

Penelope Franklin. Rose Jordon. EUeen Kane, Manya La Bruja. Judith Levins. 

Betty Levinson. Blossom Neushatz. Judie Pastenuk. Jeannie Pool. Rosenurie 

Reed. Pat Simon. Ann Stubbs. Viv Sutherland. Annette Walker. Eileen Zalisk 

(director) 

ANNOUNCERS 

Donna AUegra. Ken Davis, Trida Del Longo. Stephen Erickson. Daniel Finton. 

John Fisk. Jim Freund. Rudy Garrison. Charlie Gilben. Edward Haber. Riu Hall. 

Qiet Jackson. Isaac Jackson. Barbara Joumer. Fred Kuhn. Simon Loekle. Sharon 

Mattlin. M. Saidu McLaughlin. Kathy O'Connell. Bill O'Neill (chief announcer). 

Alex Paul. Linda Perry. Mike Rivera. Lynn Samueb, Sidney Smith. drnton/Thor. 

Tom Wisker. David Wynyard. Benurd White 

ENGINEERING 

James Browt^, Natalie Budelis. Dennis Colenun. Ken Davis. Daniel Finton. John 

Fisk. Dean Gallea. Edward Flaber. Dana Hanford. Bill O'Neill (production 

director). Jane Pipik. Miles Smith. Viv Sutherland. BiU Wells (chief engineer). Paul 

Wunder 

Folio Editor/Designer: Rita Hall 

The WBAI Fobo a sent free to all subscribers at WBAIFM. AU correspondence 
should he addressed to: Folio Editor. WBAI. 505 Eighth Avenue. New York. 
NY. 10018. The FoUo can be reached at (212) 5641245. Copyright 1982 
WBAI Folio. All rights reven to contributors at publication US ISSN 9942 955-( 
Publication of the Folio is nude possible in pan by a grant from the Corporation 
for Public Broadcasting WBAI is on the air 24 hixirs a day. broadcasting at a 
frequency o< 99.5 MHz Our transmitter is located in the Empire Sute Building, 
and we broadcast with an effective radiated power of 5-4 kw (horizontal) and 5-85 
kw (venical). Power equivalent to 50 kw at 5(X) feet. Our antenna stands 122? 
feet above average terrain Our studios are located at 505 Eighth Avenue. New 
York. NY. 10018 Subscripuons and donations may be sent to WBAI. P O. Box 
12345 Church Street Station. New York. NY 10249. Business inquiries may be 
made by calling during working hours at (212) 279-0707 WBAI is owned and 
operated by the Pacifica Foundation, a non profit corporation operating lour other 
sutions: KPFA. 94FM in Berkeley; KPFK, 90.7FM m Los Angeles; KPFT, 
90FM in Houston and WPFW, 89.5FM in Washington, DC. 











15 "E.T." MORE POPULAR THAN 
SANTA CLAUS.? 

Fantasy and science fiaion provide an ideal means of 
escape from social, pwlitical and economic pressures 
chronically associated with the digitally processed, 
computer enhanced, high technology era known as the 
1980's. 

Throughout the month of December, a number of 
WBAI producers will be examining various aspects of 
the fantasy and science fiaion genre currently invading 
our literature and dramatic arts in epidemic 
proportions. 
Included in this special programming are: 
The Golden Age of Radio, produced by Max 
Schmid and Jack Shugg. Vintage fantasy and science 
fiction drama from radio's golden age will be featured 
Saturday mornings at 8;30, in December. 

Soundtrack, produced by Paul Wunder, will take 
an entertaining 'look' at about half of the more than 
thirty major fantasy and science fiaion films released in 
1982. Tune in on Sunday mornings at 5:00 a.m. 

The Tuesday Reader produced by Doreen Canto 
every Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 p.m., will bring 
unusual fantasy and science fiaion short stories to the 
airwaves. 

Carrier Wave, broadcast on alternate Friday 
mornings at 3:00 a.m. by Sidney Smith, will present a 
montage of sounds from science fiaion classics. 
Alternating with "Carrier Wave" on Friday 
mornings at 3:00 will be Sounds of the City 
Producer Dennis Coleman will amuse and entertain you 
with a mix of science fiction novelty records. 

The interaaion between fantasy, culture, and society 
will be examined by Fred Kuhn and Judy Harrow on 

The Light Show. Wednesday mornings at 5:00 a.m. 
On Hour of the Wolf, WBAI's Friday morning 
science fiaion extravaganza, heard weekly between 5:00 
and 7:00 a.m. Producer, Jim Freund draws from his 
encyclopedic knowledge of the field to present an over- 
view of this fantasy phenomenon that can spawn a 
single film whose income approaches one-half BILLION 
dollars. Jim will have special guests, readings, and take 
listener phone calls. 

Fantasy and science fiaion comedy by Ken Davis, 
and drama by Rick Harris will also be featured. 




SITUATION ROOM 



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^ WBAI FM- SUNDAY DECEMBER 12TH AT at-.' ^ 



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)N'T YOU KNOW? THE SEVENTIES 
ARE OVER! AN INTERVIEW WITH BOB 
PASS 

PASS: Live radio is the taste of the broadcaster 
bouncing off the tastes of the listeners. The listeners of 
1982 aren't the same people as the Usteners of 1977 
even when they're the same individuals. They've 
changed. I cenainly have. You too. The thing about 
live radio is, people tend to identify with people who 
talk through their radios no matter what. So no matter 
how you attempt to do away with the cult of 
personality, you've got to deal with the fact that 
listeners individually have personalities. 

. . . And they can identify even if it's by feeling 
superior. 

PASS: Absolutely. That's the first thing a person 
doing a radio program has to realize — that your 
audience is full of people who are much smarter than 
you are and also much stupider. If a predominance of 
either calls, the others tend not to call. So you have to 
be conscious that there are all kinds of people in "the 
room" when you're talking on the radio. If you want 
to use radio for social change, you have to convince 
smart people and stupid people, and liberated and 
oppressed people, and depressed people — 

. . . And liberals. It seems that people who are the 
closest to me are the ones I have the most difficulty 
with. 

PASS: Right. Because they won't go that extra leap. 
In families too, it can be awful, or at radio stations 
which can get to be like families, if it's a place like 
BAI. People who won't go that extra leap can be 
infuriating, whatever you think that leap should be. 

. . . And you always were one to take it. 

PASS: I could have done it better. I've still got some 
time maybe. 

. . . You'd been having some trouble with the 
phones — 

PASS: Less and less. I'm beginning to understand 
what's going on. There are a few people out there who 
have become radio personalities by virtue of having 
telephones. They call not just our program but every 
program that takes calls, from Larry King to Ronald 
Reagan. (Does Ron take calk? Jimmy Carter did.) 
There's this one guy who calls — he says he's even 
gotten through to Koch — and says "CHny Noodie!" 
That's his act. 

. . . Also Dirty Commie Noodie! 

PASS: He has three telephone lines which makes it a 
lot easier to get through, which is kind of an unfair 
advantage that the less than scrupulous can take, but I 
think the point of his presence is that absolutely 
anybody can get through. What I'm doing is screening 
calls live on the air so people can agree or disagree with 
my decisions. Lots of times people are cut off other 
programs even though they have something to say that 
other people want to hear. It's only fair that I can be 
made to explain why. 

. . . Well, because you were once one of those people 
who were cut off the air. 

PASS: That's true. 

Cathy Revland 



ODOGOOOOODOGOOOOOOODOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

LIVE FROM THE Uth ANNUAL WBAI 

HOLIDAY CRAFTS FAIR. Music, sounds and 

commentary live from Ferris Booth Hall at Columbia 

University (115th Street & Broadway). Come over and 

enjoy it in person! Produced by Ira Weitzman and 

Matt Alperin. Friday December 3, 7:15 p.m., Saturday 

December 4, 12:00 noon, Sunday December 5, 12:30 

p.m., Saturday December 11, 1:00 p.m., Sunday 

December 12, 4:30 p.m., Saturday December 18, 3:00 

p.m.. Sunday December 19, 2:00 p.m. 
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NOWHERE TO RUN. Live radio with Joe Cuomo 
and guest Ron Temer, whose exhibition of 
photographs. City Island: A Vanishing Community, 
opens at the Focal Point Gallery this month. Friday, 
December 3, 5:00. 





WEDNESDA Y/1 
ooooooooooooooooo 
5:00 THE LIGHT SHOW. 
With Fred Kuhn and Judy 
Harrow. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 MORE .THAN HALF 
THE WORLD. With Vinie 
Burrows. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 
Presented by The Laughing 
Cavalier. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

Self Help, 
ooooooooooooooooo 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE NATURAL 
GOURMET. With Mary 
Houston. 

2:00 THE VELVET 
SLEDGEHAMMER. 

Women's radio magazine. 
Childcare with Kathy Ann 
Kersey and Woman's News 
with Jane Pipik and Shirley 
Herman. 

3:30 MAGIC TIME. Games, 
stories, puzzles and songs for 
kids, with Joyce West and 
Sharon Griffin. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 
Folk comedy with Ken Davis. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Depanment. 

^:15 MUSIC NOTES. 

Concen announcements 
presented by Sharon Negri. 

7:30 THE LESBIAN SHOW. 
Images. Third world issues with 
Diane and Sharon 

8:30 INTERGAY. Weekly 
report. 

9:00 GAYRAP. First 
Wednesday. Produced bv 
Roben W.' Orle. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Scrapple from the Apple With 
Jamie Katz. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 LIVE RADIO. With 
Bob Pass. 



THURSDAY/2 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 NO SIDE TO FALL 
IN. With Sharon Mattlin. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HARDWORK. With 
Mike Feder. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

With James Irsay. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

Survival Notes. With Alex 

Paul. 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE ENERGY HOUR. 

Radioactivity with Warren 
Liebold. 

2:00 THE piLL OF 
RIGHTS IN PERIL. With 
Edith Tiger. 

2:30 CONVERSATIONS. 

With David Rothenberg. 

3:00 HI TECH SNAKE OIL. 
With the Health Policy 
Advisory Center. 

3:30 RE-EDUCATION 
CAMP. Comedy. With John 
Muller. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Taste of the Blues. With Anton 
Mikofsky. 

5:00 PASSING THROUGH. 

With Richard Barr. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 
Commentary- on regions in 
crisis. 

7:30 ECONO-NEWS. Political 
economy with Bill Tabb. 

8:30 THE AFRICA 
REPORT. An analysis of 
developments on the continent. 
With Elombe Brath. 

9:00 THE MIDDLE EAST 
REPORT. An update of 
regional events. With Kathy 
Ann Kersey. 

9:30 THE SOVIET 
UNION-QUESTIONS 
AND ANSWERS. With 
William Mandel. Produced by 
M'Fergu. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 
Jazz Sampler. Presented by Bill 
Farrar. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6; 30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 EARTHWATCH. 

With Roben Knight. 

3:00 SOUNDS OF THE 
CITY. With Dennis Coleman. 



PRIDA Y/3 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 HOUR OF THE 
WOLF. With Jim Freund. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HOME FRIES. With 

Fred Hcrschkowiiz. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Stormy Monday. With James 
Browne and David Jackson. 

11:55 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 WOMEN AND THE 
WORLD IN THE 1980's. 
With historian Dr. Blanch 
Weisen Cook. 

2:00 ARTS EXTRA. A 

cultural magazine from the 
Drama and Literature 
Depanment. 

3:30 BEHIND THE 
SCREENS. Jan Alben ulks to 
people about making and 
watching films. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

That Old Time Religion. With 
Bill Canaday. 

5:00 NOWHERE TO RUN. 
With Joe Cuomo. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 NOTICERO 
PACIFICA. Spanish language 
news. 

7:15 LIVE FROM THE 
WBAI HOLIDAY CRAFTS 
FAIR. 

8:30 THE PRISON 
WRITINGS OF JEROME 
WASHINGTON. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Now's the Time. Third world 
women's music produced by 
Hattie Gossett. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 PART OF THE ACT. 

With Lvnn Samuels. 











SATURDAY/4 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 WHY THE 
REVOLUTION HASNT 
COME. With Simon Loekle. 

7:30 BRUSH UP YOUR 
SHAKESPEARE. 

8:30 THE GOLDEN AGE 
OF RADIO. Vinugr broadcasts 
presented by Max ^hmid and 
Jack Shugg. 

9:30 THE PIPER IN THE 
MEADOW STRAYING. 

Folk music Produced by 
Edward Haber. 

1 1:00 BRUNCH. With Paul 

Gorman 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 LIVE FROM THE 
WBAI HOLIDAY GRAFFS 
FAIR. 

1:00 HOUSING 
NOTEBOOK. Robcno 
Marerro of the Metropolitan 
CourKil on Housing ulks to 
tenants. 

2:00 THE NEXT SWAN. 

With Mickey Waldman 

4:00 MUSIC NOTES. 

CofKen announcements With 
John Dyer. 

4:05 ALL MIXED UP. Music 
and more with Peter Bochan 

6:00 DRUMBEATS. Nauve 
American news with George 
Stonefish 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day 

7:00 THE POETRY 
PROJECT. From the 
Wednesday rught readings at St. 
Mark's Church Produced by 
John Fisk 

8:00 MARIOVS 
CAULDRON. Astrology 

9:00 WORLD MUSIC. From 

the Andes with Jack Avila 

10:00 AREITO. Music news 
and information from los bcmos 
de S'ueva York and elsewhere 
with Alfredo Alvarado. 

12:00 NEWS. A rebroadcast d 
the Saturdav evening news 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:30 LABBRISH. Reggae 
with Habie Selassie. 




SUNDA Y/5 

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5:00 SOUNDTRACK. All 
about cinema with Paul Wunder. 

8:30 HERE OF A SUNDAY 
MORNING. Early music 
presented by Chris Whent. 

11:00 BOURGEOIS 
LIBERATION. With Larry 
Josephson. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:30 LIVE FROM THE 
WBAI HOLIDAY CRAFTS 
FAIR. 

2:00 THROUGH THE 
OPERA GLASS. Rare 
performances presented by 
Manin Sokol. 

4:30 WORLD VIEW. A 

weekly roundup of significant 
international trends with Samori 
Marksman. 

5:30 CONFLICTING 
INTERESTS. City issues with 
Ruth Messinger. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day. 

7:00 THE SCIENCE 
REPORT. Produced by Eileen 
and Robert Zalisk. 

8:00 LETTERS. Readings 
produced by Carole Bovoso and 
James Lecesne. 

10:00 NUANCES. With Pepsi 

Charles. 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NEWS. Sunday evening 
news rebroadcast. 

12:30 DIGRESSIONS. With 
John Fisk. 



SOUNDTRACK. Featured are musical scores, dialog 
and commentary for the films Quest for Fire, E. T. and 
The Road Warrior. Paul Wunder interviews the 
director of Quest for Fire. December 5, 5:00 a.m. 




} 




THE SCIENCE REPORT. Science Searches for E.T. 
An update on the scientific search for extra terrestrial 
life produced by Bob and Eileen Zalisk. December 5, 
7:00 p.m. 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

JAZZ U.S.A. The Janice Robinson Quintet live from 
the Jazz GaUery 155 W. 19th St. Produced by Gobi 
Norita and the Universal Jazz Coalition. 



MONDAY/6 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

5:00 EVERYTHING OLD 
IS NEW AGAIN. With Dave 
Kenny. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 LIVE RADIO. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Pre.sented by Ted Cohen. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

First Monday. Topics of public 
concern with guest journalists, 
politicians, and community 
activists. Produced by Sandra 
Lee Kerman. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 EQUAL TIME FOR 
ATHEISM. With Dominic 
Florio of the Society of 
Separationists. 

2:00 MEDIA REVIEW. Film, 
books, television and more. 

3:00 TO BE ANNOUNCED. 

3:30 A MOVEABLE 
FEAST. Alice McDermott 
reads from Tbe Bigamist 's 
Daughter. Produced by Tom 
Vitale. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Cajun Music presented by Paul 
Aaron. 

5:00 VERBAL 
CONTRACTS. With Rita 
Hall. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Robert 

Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Depanment. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 

Concert announcements 
presented by Jane McMahan. ~ 

■':30 EVERYWOMAN- 
SPACE. With anthropologist 
Angela Gillian. 

8:30 AN OCEAN OF 
STORY. Master storyteller 
Laura Simms tells stories from 
around the world. Produced by 
Sharon Mattlin. 

9:30 SCREENING ROOM. 

About video. Produced by 
Dennis Coleman. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

SoundScape. Presented by 
Vema Gillis. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 'ROUND 
MIDNIGHT. With Leonard 
Lopate. 



TUESDAYH 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 TIME FOR A 
CHANGE. With Alan 
Leventhal. 

7:00 MORNING SERLAL. 

7:15 THE NEW TUESDAY 
SHOW. With Diane Lacey. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

20th Century Chamber Music 
presented by Cynthia Bell. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

The Nuyorican Express. With 
Al Rivera. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary NuU. 

1:00 ACROSS THE RIVER. 

New Jersey issues with John 
Atlas and Bob O'SuUivan. 

2:00 RADICAL HISTORY 
RADIO. With Marho. 

2:30 DEMOCRACY 
NOTES. With Mark Green. 

3:00 CONSIDER THE 
ALTERNATIVES. Foreign 
and domestic policy with the 
SANE Education Fund. 

3:30 THE TUESDAY 
READER. Produced by 
Doreen Canto. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

No Holds Barred. E.B. Dock. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 

Commentary about Southern 
Africa with the African 
National Congress. 

7:30 PRAXIS. Visits with 
Marxist Thinkers. With Benell 
Oilman. 

8:30 ILLUMINATIONS. 

Urban issues with Bill Lynch. 

9:30 THE SCIENCE AND 
MEDICAL NEWS REPORT. 

Produced by Eileen Zalisk. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

From the Top Shelf. With 
Reggie Workman. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 BECAUSE THE 
NIGHT. With Linda Perry. 



WEDNESDA Y/8 
ooooooooooooooooo 

5:00 THE LIGHT SHOW. 
With Fred Kuhn and Judy 
Harrow. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 MORE THAN HALF 
THE WORLD. With Vinie 
Burrows. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

American music with Bill 
Moore. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

The Madness Network. 
Psychiatry, patient nghcs and 
the mental health system with 
Allen Markman. 
oooooooooooooooooo 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE NA1 URAL 
GOURMET. With Mary 
Houston. 

2:00 THE VELVET 
SLEDGEHAMMER. 

Women's radio magazine. 

3:30 MAGIC TIME. Games, 
stories, puzzles and songs for 
kids, with Joyce West and 
Sharon Griffin. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Caribtiean music presented by 
Milford Edwards. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO, 
ooooooooooooooooo 

6:}0 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 
Concen announcements 
presented by Sharon Negri. 

7:30 THE LESBIAN SHOW. 
Magazine with Judie Pasternak 

8:30 INTERGAY. Weekly 
repon. 

9:00 GAYRAP. Willy Wonka 
Meets tlx Marlboro Man A 
comedy produced by Bob 
MacDonald. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 
Notes with Amin Baraka. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast ot 
the 6:30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 LIVE RADIO. With 
Bob Pass. 



THURSDAY/9 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 NO SIDE TO FALL 

IN. With Sharon Mattlin. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HARDWORK. With 
Mike Feder. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

With James Irsay. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

Mirrors. With Dr. Lorrame 
Hale. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE ENERGY HOUR. 
Science and the environment 
with Eileen Zalisk. 

2:00 WORKER'S RIGHTS 
IN PERIL. With Noah 
Kinigsiin. 

2:30 DR. LEONARD 
LEHRMAN. An interview 
with the composer about his 
feminist Chanukkah opera 
Hannah Produced by Isabel 
Pearlman. 

3:00 ON THE JOB. With 
Mike Merrill. 

3:30 RE-EDUCATION 
CAMP. Comedy With Gigi 
Shulman. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

A Taste of the Blues. 

5:00 PASSING THROUGH. 

With Richard Barr. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 
Commentary on regions in 
crisis. 

7:30 TALK 'N UNION. With 
Mimi Rosenberg. 

8:30 THE AFRICA 
REPORT. With Juaniu Terry. 

9:00 THE MIDDLE EAST 
REPORT. With Sheldon Ranz. 

10:00 EVENING .MUSIC. 

Jazz Sampler. Presented by Bill 
Farrar. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 FUTURETHINK. 

With Valerie Van Isler 

3:00 CARRIER WAVE. 

With Sidnev Smith. 



FRIDAY/ 10 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

5:00 HOUR OF THE 
WOLF. With Jim Freund 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HOME FRIES. With 
Fred Herschkowitz. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Stormy Monday. With James 
Browne and David Jackson. 

1 1:55 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 WOMEN AND THE 
WORLD IN THE 1980's. 
With Barbara Omalade. 

2:00 ARTS EXTRA. A 

cultural magazine from the 
Drama and Literature 
Depanment. 

3:30 BEHIND THE 
SCREENS. Jan Albert talks to 
people abiout making and 
watching films. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

The Sing Out Radio Bulletin. 
Presented by Pete Seeger. 

5:00 NOWHERE TO RUN. 

With Joe Cuomo. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 NOTICERO 
PACIFICA. Spanish languaf;e 



7:15 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:30 THE CARIBBEAN 
AND LATLN A.MERICAN 
REPORT. Produced by 
Annette Walker. 

8:30 TRISTAN AND 
ISOLDE. By Sidney Goldfarb. 
performed by the Talking Band 

10:00 EVENLNG MUSIC. 

The Janice Robinson Quintet. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 PART OF THE ACT. 

With Lvnn Samuels. 











SATURDAY/Il 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 WHY THE 
REVOLUTION HASNT^ 
COME. With Simon Loekle 

7.30 BRUSH UP YOUR 
SHAKESPEARE. 

8:30 THE GOLDEN AGE 
OF RADIO. Vintagi- 
br(adca.sLs pres<.-nted fi>y Max 
Schmid and Jack Shugg 

9:30 THE PIPER IN THE 
MEADOW STRAYING. 

Folk musK Produced by 
Edward Haher 

11:00 BRUNCH. With Paul 

Gorman 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

1:00 LIVE FROM THE 
WBAI HOLIDAY CRAFTS 
FAIR. 

2:00 THE NEXT SWAN. 

With Mickey Waldman 

4:00 MUSIC NOTES. 

Concert announcomcnis With 
John Dyer. 

4:05 ALL MIXED UP. Music 
and more with Peter Bochan. 

6:00 DRUMBEATS. Native 
.■Xmcrican news with George 
Sidnefish. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day 

7:00 WRITER'S BLOCK. 

Greater New York poetry 
prcsCTited by Shelley Messing 

8:00 SEVENTH INNING 
STRETCH. Sports with Lee 
Lowenfish. 

9:00 WORLD MUSIC. From 
Asia with Yale Evelev 

10.00 AREITO. .Music news 
and information from hi hamm 
le S'ueva York and elsewhere 
with Alfredo Alvarado 

12:00 NEWS. A rebroadcast d 
the Saturday evening news 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:30 LABBRISH. Reggae 
with Habte Selassie 



SU?fDAY/12 
ooooooooooooooooo 

5:00 SOUNDTRACK. All 
about cinema with Paul 
Wander. 

8:30 HERE OF A SUNDAY 
MORNING. Early music 
presented by Chris Whent. 

11:00 BOURGEOIS 
LIBERATION. With Larry 
Josephson. 
ooooooooooooooooo 

12:30 ANYTHING GOES. 

American musical theater 
presented by Paul Lazarus. 

2:00 THROUGH THE 
OPERA GLASS. Rare 
performances presented by 
Martin Sokol. The history of 
the Metropolitan Opera 1933- 
43. 

4:30 LIVE FROM THE 
WBAI HOLIDAY CRAFTS 
FAIR. 

5:30 NUCLEAR ALERT. 

Issues of weaponry, power and 
policy with Dr. Michio Kaku 
and the Institute for Safe 
Technology, 
ooooooooooooooooo 

6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day. 

7:00 THE SCIENCE 
REPORT. Produced by Eileen 
and Robert Zalisk. 

8:00 SITUATION ROOM. 

Radio play. 

10:00 NUANCES. With Pepsi 

Charles. 

ooooooooooooooooo 

12:00 NEWS. Sunday evening 
news rebroadcast. 

12:30 DIGRESSIONS. With 
John Fisk. 



SOUNDTRACK. Featured are musical scores, dialog, 

and commentary for the films Bladerunner, Conan and 

The Sword and the Sorcerer. Paul Wunder interviews 

the director oi Bladerunner . December 12, 5:00 a.m. 
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 

THE SCIENCE REPORT. Genetic Alchemy. An 

interview with Dr. Sheldon Krimsky about his new 

book which looks at genetic engineering. Produced by 

Eileen Zalisk. December 12, 7:00 p.m. 
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 




ALLAN BALLARD 

THE PIPER IN THE MEADOW STRAYING. 

Paul Kovit talks with Maddy Prior and Rick Kemp, 
members of both Steeleye Span and the Maddy Prior 
Band. The first in a series of interviews produced for 
radio by Paul Kovit and Edward Haber. 



MONDAY/ 13 

ooooooooooooooooo 
5:00 EVERYTHING OLD 
IS NEW AGAIN. With Dave 
Kenny. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 LIVE RADIO. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Presented by Ted Cohen. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

Semi-Serious. With Vernon 

Douglas. 

ooooooooooooooooo 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 RECONSTRUCTING 
PSYCHOLOGY. With the 
Group for a Radical Human 
Science. 

2:00 MEDIA REVIEW. Film, 
books, television and more. 

3:00 TO BE ANNOUNCED. 

3:30 A MOVEABLE 
FEAST. Joyce Carol Oates 
reads from A Bloodsmoor 
Romance. Produced by Tom 
Vitale. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Presented by Al Angeloro. 

5:00 VERBAL 
CONTRACTS. With Rita 
Hall, 
ooooooooooooooooo 

6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 

Concert announcements 
presented by Jane McMahan. 

7:30 EVERYWOMAN- 
SPACE. The Women 
Peacemakers. With Cora Weiss. 

8:30 PORTRAIT OF 
DORA. By Helene Cixous. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Evidence. Presented by Ramsey 
Ameen and Spencer Richards. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 news, 
ooooooooooooooooo 

12:15 'ROUND 
MIDNIGHT. With Leonard 
Lopate. 



TUESDAY/ 14 

oooooooooooooooooo 
5:00 TIME FOR A 
CHANGE. With Alan 
Leventhal. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 THE NEW TUESDAY 
SHOW. With Diane lacey. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. For 
A New Ear. With Jim 
Theobald. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

The Sisterhood of Black Single 

Mothers. 

oooooooooooooooooo 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 EXPLORATIONS IN 
HUMAN SCALE. With 
Kirkpatrick Sale. 

2:00 NOTES ON THE 
ECONOMY. With David 
Gordon. 

2:30 PERSPECTIVES ON 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE. With 
Tom O'Connor. 

6:00 CONSIDER THE 
ALTERNATIVES. Foreign 
and domestic policy with the 
SANE Education Fund. 

3:30 THE TUESDAY 
READER. Produced by 
Doreen Canto. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

A Phil Speaor show presented 
by Howard Schwarz. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 

oooooooooooooooooo 

6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 

Commentary about Southern 
Africa with the African 
National Congress. 

7:30 PRAXIS. An analysis of 
changing international political, 
economic and social 
institutions. 

8:30 ILLUMINATIONS. 

Urban issues with Bill Lynch. 

9:30 THE SCIENCE AND 
MEDICAL NEWS REPORT. 
Produced by Eileen Zalisk. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news, 
oooooooooooooooooo 

12:15 BECAUSE THE 
NIGHT. With Linda Perry. 



WEDNESDAY/ 1 5 
ooooooooooooooooo 
5:00 THE LIGHT SHOW. 
With Fred Kuhn and Judy 
Harrow. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 MORE THAN HALF 
THE WORLD. With Vinie 
Burrows. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

The Bach Aria Guild. 
Presented by Laurine Garand 
and The Laughing Cavalier. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

The Radical Alliance of Social 
Service Workers. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gar>' Null. 

1:00 THE NATURAL 
GOURMET. With Mary 
Houston. 

2:00 THE VELVET 
SLEDGEHAMMER. 

Women's radio magazine. 

3:30 MAGIC TIME. Games, 
stories, puzzles and songs for 
kids, with Joyce West and 
Sharon Griffin. 

4:00 API ERNOON MUSIC. 

Nobody's Wedding. Produced 
by Ed Haber. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 
Concert announcements 
presented by Sharon Negri. 

7:30 THE LESBIAN SHOW. 
With Rose Jordan. 

8:30 INTERGAY. Weekly 
report. 

9:00 GAYRAP. Dear Lute of 
Comrades. About Edward 
Carpenter, an early gay male 
socialist. Produced by Isaac 
Jackson. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 
Scrapple from the Apple. With 
Jamie Katz. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 LIVE RADIO. With 
Bob Pass. 



THURSDAY/ 1 6 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 NO SIDE I'O FALL 

IN. With Sharon Maitlin 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HARDWORK. With 
Mike Feder. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 
With James Irsay. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

People in Motion. With Mimi 

Rosenberg. 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gar> Null. 

1:00 THE ENERGY HOUR. 

Radioactivity with Warren 
Liebold. 

2:00 THE BILL OF 
RIGHTS IN PERIL. With 
Edith Tiger. 

2:30 CONVERSATIONS. 
With David Rothenberg. 

3:00 HEALTH NOTES. 

3:30 RE-EDUCATION 
CAMP. Comedy. With Gigi 
Shulman. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

A Taste of the Blues. 

5:00 PASSING THROUGH. 

With Richard Barr. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o 

6:30 NKWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 
Commentary' on regions in 
crisis. 

7:30 BEHIND THE 
ECONOMIC NEWS. With 
Bill Tabb. 

8:30 THE AFRICA 
REPORT. An analysis of 
developments on the continent. 
With Elombe Brath. 

9:00 THE MIDDLE EAST 
REPORT. An update of 
regional events. With Sheila 
Ryan. 

9:30 THE SOVIET 
UNION— QUESTIONS 
AND ANSWERS. With 
William Mandel. Produced by 
M'Fergu. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Jazz Sampler. Presented by Bill 
Farrar. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
■the 6:30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 EARTHWATCH. 

With Robert Knight. 

3:00 SOUNDS OF THE 
CITY. With Dennis Coleman. 



FRIDAY/ 17 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 HOUR OF THE 
WOLF. With Jim Freund. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 



7:15 HOME FRIES. 
Fred Herschkowiu. 



With 



9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Stormy Monday. With James 
Browne and David Jack.son 

11:55 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 WOMEN AND THE 
WORLD IN THE 1980's. 
With Dr. Blanch Weiscn Cook 

2:00 ARTS EXTRA. A 

cultural magazine from the 
Drama and Literature 
Depanment. 

3:30 BEHIND THE 
SCREENS. Jan Albert talks to 
people about making and 
watching films. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

5:00 NOWHERE TO RUN. 

With Joe Cuomo. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 NOTICERO 
PACIFICA. Spanish language 



7:15 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:30 THE CARIBBEAN 
AND LATIN AMERICAN 
REPORT. Produced by 
Annette Walker. 

8:30 ALLEN GINSBERG. 

The 25th anniversary readings. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Rosetta's Room. Women's 
blues and jazz presented by 
Rosetta Reiu. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 PART OF THE ACT. 

With Lvnn Samuels. 











SATURDAY/ 1 8 
O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 WHY THE 
REVOLUTION HASN'T 
COME. With Simon Lockle. 

7:30 BRUSH UP YOUR 
SHAKESPEARE. 

8:30 THE GOLDEN AGE 
OF RADIO. Vinuge 
broadcasts presented by Max 
Schmid and Jack Shu^. 

9:30 THE PIPI R IN THE 
MEADOW S IRAYING. Folk 
music Produced by Edward 
Haber 

1 1:00 BRUNCH. With Paul 

Gorman. 

O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

1:00 HOUSING 
NOTEBOOK. Roberto 
Marerro of the Metropolitan 
CoutKil un Housing talks co 
tenants. 

2:00 THE NEXT SWAN. 
3:00 LIVE FROM THE 
WBAI HOLIDAY CRAFFS 
FAIR. 

4:00 MUSIC NOTES. 
Concert announcements. With 
John Dyer. 

4:05 ALL MIXED UP. Music 
and more with Peter Bochan. 

6:00 DRUMBEATS. Native 
Amencan news with George 
Stonefish. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day 

-:00 THE POETRY 
PROJECT. From the 
Wednesday night readings at St. 
Mark's Church. Produced by 
John Fisk. 

8:00 SEVENTH INNING 
STRETCH. Sports with Lee 
LowenfLsh. 

9:00 WORLD MUSIC. From 
.Africa with LawrciKC Nii 
Narley. 

10:00 AREITO. Music news 
jnd information from hi bamos 
Jc i\Wiu York and eLsewfiere 
with Alfredo Alvarado. 

12:00 NEWS. A rebroadcast o< 
the Saturday evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:30 LABBRISH. ReggjK 
with Habte Selassie 




SUNDAY/ 19 

ooooooooooooooooo 
5:00 SOUNDTRACK. All 
about cinema with Paul 
Wunder. 

8:30 HERE OF A SUNDAY 
MORNING. Early music 
presented by Chris Whent. 

11:00 BOURGEOIS 

LIBERATION. With Larry 

Josephson. 
ooooooooooooooooo 

12:30 ANYTHING GOES. 

American musical theater 
presented by Paul Lazarus. 

2:00 LIVE FROM THE 
WBAI HOLIDAY CRAFTS 
FAIR. 

3:00 THROUGH THE 
OPERA GLASS. Rare 
performances presented by 
Martin Sokol. 

4:30 WORLD VIEW. A 

weekly roundup of significant 
international trends with Samori 
Marksman. 

5:30 CONFLICTING 
INTERESTS. City Issues with 
Councilwoman Ruth Messinger. 
oooooooooooooooooo 

6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day. 

7:00 THE SCIENCE 
REPORT. Produced by Eileen 
and Roben Zalisk. 

8:00 JOLLITY FARM. 

Comedy presented by Kenny 
Davis. 

10:00 NUANCES. With Pepsi 

Charles, 
ooooooooooooooooo 

12:00 NEWS. Sunday evening 
news rebroadcast. 

12:30 DIGRESSIONS. With 
John Fisk. 



SOUNDTRACK. Featured are musical score, dialog, 

and commentary for the films Dark Crystal, Tron, 

Poltergeist and Creep Show. Paul Wunder interviews 

the director of Tron. December 19, 5:00 a.m. 
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 

JAZZ U.S.A. A Christmas Song Concert featuring 
Sheila Jordon, vocalist, with Harvie Swartz, bass; and, 
vocalists Keisha St. Joan, Marion Cowings and Tom 
Briggs with Kenny Barron, piano. Buster Williams, 
bass and Ben Riley, drums. 



The Staff and Board of Directors of 
WBAI Pacifica Radio 

will honor 

Rosemarie Reed 

for her outstanding service 
as Station Manager 

Wednesday, 
December 22, 1982 

at the Village Gate 

Bleecker and Thompson Streets 

doors open at 10:30 PM 

special performances by 

the David Amram Quintet 

and 

James Irsay 

food prepared by 
Mary Houston 



A very limited number of tickets to this 
private party will be available to our lis- 
teners and supporters. The cost is $15 
per ticket (food is additional) with the 
proceeds going to WBAI's equipment 
fund. Admission tickets must be pur- 
chased in advance and will be available at 
the WBAI Crafts Fair and at the Village 
Gate Box Office. We request that dinner 
reservations be made by December 12. 
For further Information, call 535-4797. 



produced by Jill Selden 



MONDAY/20 

oooooooooooooooooo 

5:00 EVERYTHING OLD 
IS NEW AGAIN. With Dave 
Kenny. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 LIVE RADIO. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Presented by Ted Cohen. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

Housing in New York City 
with Paula Crandall. 
oooooooooooooooooo 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 EQUAL TIME FOR 
ATHEISM. With Dominic 
Florio of the Society of 
Separationists, American 
Atheists. 

2:00 MEDIA REVIEW. Film, 
boolcs, television and more. 

3:00 TO BE ANNOUNCED. 

3:30 A MOVEABLE 
FEAST. Stephen Koch reads 
from a new novel. Produced by 
Tom Vitale. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Presented by Paul Aaron. 

5:00 VERBAL 
CONTRACTS. With Rita 
Hall, 
oooooooooooooooooo 

6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Depanment. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 

Concert announcements 
presented by Jane McMahan. 

7:30 EVERYWOMAN- 
SPACE. The Telling of Us. 
Women's writing workshop 
with poet Fatisha. 

8:30 A SCIENCE FICTION 
SURPRISE. 



oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 



TMEnTHAMmiALWBJtl 

HOUDAY 

CRAFTS 

FAIR 




10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

SoundScape. Presented by 
Verna Gillis. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 

the 6:30 news, 
oooooooooooooooooo 

12:15 'ROUND 
MIDNIGHT. With Leonard 
Lopate. 



TUESDAY/21 

oooooooooooooooooo 
5:00 TIME FOR A 
CHANGE. With Alan 
Leventhal. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 THE NEW TUESDAY 
SHOW. With Diane Lacey. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

20th Century Chamber Music 
presented by Cynthia Bell. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

The Nuyorican Express with Al 

Rivera, 
oooooooooooooooooo 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 ACROSS THE RIVER. 

New Jersey issues with John 
Atlas and Bob O'SuUivan. 

2:00 RADICAL HISTORY 
RADIO. With Marho. 

2:30 DEMOCRACY 
NOTES. With Mark Green. 

3:00 CONSIDER THE 
ALTERNATIVES. Foreign 
and domestic policy with the 
SANE Education Fund. 

3:30 THE TUESDAY 
READER. Produced by 
Doreen Canto. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Music in 12 Parts presented by 
Susan Asher. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 

oooooooooooooooooo 

6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 

Commentary about Southern 
Africa with the African 
National Congress. 

7:30 PRAXIS. Asia in 
Transition. With Eqbal Ahmed 
and Nubar Hovsepian. 

8:30 ILLUMINATIONS. 
Urban issues with Bill Lynch. 

9:30 THE SCIENCE AND 
MEDICAL NEWS REPORT. 
Produced by Eileen Zalisk. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

From the Top Shelf. With 
Reggie Workman. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news, 
oooooooooooooooooo 

12:15 BECAUSE THE 
NIGHT. With Linda Perry. 



oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 



WEDNESDA Y/22 
ooooooooooooooooo 
5:00 THE LIGHT SHOW. 

With Fred Kuhn and Judy 
Harrow. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 MORE THAN HALF 
THE WORLD. With Vinie 
Burrows. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

American music with Bill 
Moore. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE NATURAL 
GOURMET. With Mary 
Houston. 

2:00 THE VELVET 
SLEDGEHAMMER. 

Women's radio magazine. 

3:30 MAGIC TIME. Games, 
stories, puzzles and songs for 
kids, with Joyce West and 
Sharon Griffin. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Accent on percussion with 
Montegojoe. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 

ooooooooooooooooo 

6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7.00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 
Concen announcements 
presented by Sharon Negri. 

7:30 THE LESBIAN SHOW. 

Studies with Viv Sutherland. 

8:30 INTERGAY. Weekly 
repon. ' 

9:00 GAYRAP. A Guy Xmas 
Carol. Produced by Robert 
Carle. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Notes. With Amiri Baraka. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 LIVE RADIO. With 

Bob Pass. 



THURSDA Y/23 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 NO SIDE TO FALL 

IN. With Sharon Maitlin 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HARDWORK. With 
Mike Feder. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

With James Irsay. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE ENERGY HOUR. 
With POWER and Richard 
Schrader, 

2:00 PEOPLE'S LAW. With 
the National Lawyer's Guild. 

3:00 ON THE JOB. With 
Mike Merill 



3:30 RE-EDUCATION 
CAMP. Comedy. With Jane 
Bruker. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 
A Taste of the Blues for 
Christmas, With Tom 
Pompasello. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 
Commentary' on regions in 
crisis. 

7:30 THE END OF THE 
WORLD AS WE KNOW IT. 

Global issues with Sol Yurick. 

8:30 THE AFRICA 
REPORT. An analysis of 
developments on the continent. 
With Samori Marksman. 

9:00 THE MIDDLE EAST 
REPORT. An update of 
regional events. 

9:30 THE SOVIET 
UNION— QUESTIONS 
AND ANSWERS. With 
William Mandel. Produced by 
M'Fergu. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 
Jazz Sampler. Presented by Bill 
Farrar. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 FUTURETHINK. 
With Valerie Van kler. 

3:00 CARRIER WAVE. 

With Sidney Smith. 



PRIDA Y/24 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

5:00 HOUR OF THE 
WOLF. With Jim Freund 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HOME FRIES. With 
Fred Herschkowiu. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 
Stormy Monday. With James 
Browne and David Jackson. 

11:55 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 WOMEN AND THE 
WORLD IN THE 1980s. 
With Beryl Bemay. 

2:00 ARTS EXTRA. A 

cultural magazine from the 
Drama and Literature 
Department 

3:30 BEHIND THE 
SCREENS. Jan Albert talks to 
people about making and 
watching films. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

5:00 NOWHERE TO RUN. 

With Joe Cuomo. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 NOTICERO 
PACIFICA. Spanish language 
news. 

7:15 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:30 THE CARIBBEAN 
AND LATIN AMERICAN 
REPORT. Produced by 
Annette Walker. 

8:30 THE CITIZEN 
KAFKA CHRISTMAS 
MUSIC SPECIAL. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Jazz U.S.A. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 PART OF THE ACT. 
With Lynn Samuels. 










SATURDAY/25 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 WHY THE 
REVOLUTION HASN'T 
COME. With Simon Loekle. 

7:30 BRUSH UP YOUR 
SHAKESPEARE. 

8:30 THE GOLDEN AGE 
OF RADIO. Vintage 
broadcasts presented by Max 
Schmid and Jack Shugg. 

9:30 THE PIPER IN THE 
MEADOW STRAYING. Folk 
music. Produced by Edward 
Haber 

1 1:00 BRUNCH. With Ptul 

Gorman. 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

1:00 HOUSING 
NOTEBOOK. Roberto 
Marerro of ihe Metropolitan 
CoufKil on Housing talks to 



2:00 A GOLDEN AGE 
CHRISTMAS. Prcvwed by 
Max Schmid and Jack Schugg. 

4:00 MUSIC NOTES. 
Concert announcements. With 
John Dyer 

4:05 ALL MIXED UP. Music 
and more with Peter (Vnhan. 
This week: Shortcuts to the 
North Pole. 

6:00 DRUMBEATS. Native 
American news with George 
StonefLsh 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:10 NEWS. Wiih Barbara 
Day 

-:00 A WAY OF SEEING. 

Photography magazine with Joe 
Cuomo 

8:00 SEVENTH INNING 
STRETCH. Sports with Lee 
Lowenfish 

9:00 WORLD MUSIC. The 
Sounds of Brazil with Mildred 
Norman. 

10:00 AREITO. Music, news 
and information with Alfredo 
Alvarado 

12:00 NEWS. A rebroadcast o< 
the Saturday evening news. 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:30 LABBRISH. Reggae 
wiih Habte Selassie. 




SUNDA Y/26 

ooooooooooooooooo 
5:00 SOUNDTRACK. All 
about cinema with Paul 
Wunder. 

8:30 HERE OF A SUNDAY 
MORNING. Early music 
presented by Chris Whent. 

11:00 BOURGEOIS 
LIBERATION. With Larry 
Josephson. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:30 ANYTHING GOES. 
American musical theater 
presented by Paul Lazarus. 

2:00 THROUGH THE 
OPERA GLASS. Rare 
performances presented by 
Martin Sokol. The history of 
the Metropolitan Opera, 1943- 
53. 

4:30 WORLD VIEW. A 

weekly roundup of significant 
international trends with Samori 
Marksman. 

5:30 NUCLEAR ALERT. 

Issues of weaponry, power, and 
policy with Dr. Michio Kaku 
and the Institute for Safe 
Technology. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day. 

7:00 EMILE DE ANTONIO. 

About the filmmaker. Produced 
by Andrew Philips. 

8:30 PROSE. New writers 
presented by Sharon Mattlin. 

10:00 NUANCES. With Pepsi 

Charles. 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NEWS. Sunday evening 
news rebroadcast. 

12:30 DIGRESSIONS. With 
John Fisk. 



SOUNDTRACK. Featured are musical scores, dialog, 
and commentary for the films Cat People, The Wrath 
of Khan and The Thing. Paul Wunder interviews the 
director of The Thing. December 26, 5:00 a.m. 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

AN AUDIO PROHLE OF nLMMAKER EMILE 
DE ANTONIO. In many ways Emile de Antonio is as 
much a reflection of his films as they are of the stormy 
and tumultuous America he records. In this program, 
independent journalist, Andrew Phillips presents a 45 
minute profile of the filmmaker and his films and then 
talks live with de Antonio and listeners about radical 
filmmaking in America. 

Among the films Emile de Antonio has made are 
Point of Order about the Army-McCarthy hearings and 
the fall of an American demagogue, Rush to 
Judgement, the Warren Commission's flawed 
investigation of the JFK assassination. In the Year of 
The Pig, a shocking expose about the Vietnam War, 
Underground, on the Weathermen and his latest, In the 
King of Prussia, the story of the trial of The 
Ploughshares Eight, a group of catholic activists 
including the Berrigan brothers who entered a General 
Electrics plant in an act of civil disobedience to damage 
nuclear warheads. Produced by Andrew Phillips. 
December 26, 7:00 p.m. 




]o»4 McCarthy. 



MONDAY/27 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 EVERYTHING OLD 
IS NEW AGAIN. With Dave 
Kenny. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 LIVE RADIO. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Presented by Ted Cohen. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

Semi-Serious with Vernon 

Douglas. 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 RECONSTRUCTING 
PSYCHOLOGY. With the 
Group for a Radical Human 
Science. 

2:00 MEDIA REVIEW. Film, 
books, television and more. 

3:00 TO BE ANNOUNCED. 

3:30 A MOVEABLE 
FEAST. Stanley Elkin reads 
from George Mitts. Produced by 
Tom Vitale. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 
The Music Goes Round and 
Round. With Max Schmid and 
Jack Shugg. 

5:00 VERBAL 
CONTRACTS. With Rita 
Hall. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 
Concert announcements 
presented by Jane McMahan. 

7:30 EVERYWOMAN- 
SPACE. Women's Health 
Issues. With Diane Mancino 
and Paula Tedesco. 

8:30 EVERY PADDLERS 
HERITAGE. Radio drama 
produced by Doreen Canto and 
Stephen Erickson. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 
Evidence. Presented by Ramsey 
Ameen and Spencer Richards. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 'ROUND 
MIDNIGHT. With Leonard 
Lopate. 



TUESDAY/28 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
5:00 TIME FOR A 
CHANGE. With Alan 
Leventhal. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 THE NEW TUESDAY 
SHOW. With Diane Lacey. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 
20th Century Chamber Music 
presented by Cynthia Bell. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

The Gray Panthers with issues 
of concern to older people. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 EXPLORATIONS IN 
HUMAN SCALE. With 
Kirkpatrick Sale. 

2:00 NOTES ON THE 
ECONOMY. With David 
Gordon. 

2:30 PERSPECTIVES ON 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE. With 
Tom O'Connor. 

3:00 CONSIDER THE 
ALTERNATIVES. Foreign 
and domestic policy with the 
SANE Education Fund. 

3:30 THE TUESDAY 
READER. Produced by Suzie 
Stone. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 
Hitsville, U.S.A. Presented by 
Karen Peterson. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 
Commentary about Southern 
Africa with the African 
National Congress. 

7:30 PRAXIS. Europe in 
Formation. 

8:30 ILLUMINATIONS. 
Urban issues with Bill Lynch. 

9:30 THE SCIENCE AND 
MEDICAL NEWS REPORT. 

Produced by Eileen Zaiisk. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

12:15 BECAUSE THE 
NIGHT. With Linda Perry. 



WEDNESDA Y/29 

5:00 THE LIGHT SHOW. 

With Fred Kuhn and Judy 
Harrow. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 MORE THAN HALF 
THE WORLD. With Vinie 
Burrows. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

American music with Bill 
Moore. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

Advocates for Children with 
Youth in New York. 



12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE NATURAL 
GOURMET. With Mary 
Houston. 

2:00 THE VELVET 
SLEDGEHAMMER. 
Women's radio magazine. 

3:30 MAGIC TIME. Games, 
stories, puzzles and songs for 
kids, with Joyce West and 
Sharon Griffin. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Caribbean music presented by 
Ayana Taylor. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 



6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 

Concen announcements 
presented by Sharon Negri. 

7:30 THE LESBIAN SHOW. 

Woman on the Edge oi Time. 
With Jane Pipik. 

8:30 INTERGAY. Weekly 
report. 

9:00 GAYRAP. Seasons 
Greetings Featuring gay 
choruses nationwide. Produced 
by Fred Goldhaber. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Scrapple from the Apple. With 
Jamie Kau. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6; 30 evening news. 



12:15 LIVE RADIO. With 
Bob Pass. 



THURSDA Y/30 

5:00 NO SIDE TO FALL 
IN. With Sharon Mattlin. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HARDWORK. With 
Mike Feder. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 
With James Irsay. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 
The Disabled In Aaion 



12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE ENERGY HOUR. 

Radioactivity with Warren 
Liebold. 

2:00 THE THURSDAY 
PUBLIC AFFAIRS 
MAGAZINE. 

3:00 ON THE JOB. With 
Mike Merrill. 

3:30 RE-EDUCATION 
CAMP. Comedy. With Mike 
Nelson. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

A Taste of the Blues. With 
Anton Mikofsky. 

5:00 PASSING THROUGH. 

With Richard Barr. 



6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 
Commentary on regions in 
crisis. 

7:30 TO BE ANNOUNCED. 

8:30 THE AFRICA 
REPORT. An analysis of 
developments on the contlhent. 

9:00 THE MIDDLE EAST 
REPORT. An update of 
regional events. 

9:30 THE SOVIET 
UNION— QUESTIONS 
AND ANSWERS. With 
William Mandel. Produced by 
MTergu. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 
Jazz Sampler. Presented by Bill 
Farrar. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 



12:15 EARTHWATCH. 
With Robert Knight. 

3:00 SOUNDS OF THE 
CITY. With Dennis Coleman. 



FRIDAY/31 

5:00 HOUR OF THE 
WOLF. W^th Jim Frcund 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HOME FRIES. With 
Fred Herschkowitz. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Stormy Monday. With James 
Browne and David Jackson. 

11:55 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 



12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 WOMEN AND THE 
WORLD IN THE 1980"$. 
With Dr. Blanch Weisen Cook 

2:00 ARTS EXTRA. A 

cultural magazine from the 
Drama and Literature 
Department. 

3:30 BEHIND THE 
SCREENS. Jan Albert talks to 
people about making and 
watching films. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

5:00 NOWHERE TO RUN. 
With Joe Cuomo. 



6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 NOTICERO 
PACIFICA. Spanish language 



7:15 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:30 THE CARIBBEAN 
AND LATIN AMERICAN 
REPORT. Produced by 
Annette Walker. 

8:30 THE 995% PERFECT 
PLAYERS PRESENT. 
Radiodrama. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Now's the Time. With Hattie 
Gossett. 

11:00 A SHORTCUT 
THROUGH 1982. Produced 
by Peter Bochen. 



12:15 PART OF THE ACT. 

With Lynn Samuels. 








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